Hayle 3.1 miles.
Little Riviere is a detached barn conversion situated on a tranquil, 140 acre farm on the outskirts of Hayle, Cornwall.
Set within spacious grounds and featuring a traditional interior with character features, Little Riviere is a wonderful choice for a family escape to this part of Cornwall.
Upon arrival you approach the property via a long farm track leading to the off-road parking area.
Step inside and make yourself at home in the lounge, where you can slump on the sofas under the apex ceilings and choose a film to watch on the TV using the Amazon Firestick.
Cross over to the kitchen/diner where you can conjure up a feast using the integrated appliances before settling at the dining table and toasting to a much-needed escape.
Spend the rest of the evening within the garden, with lots of space for children to explore, along with patio areas with furniture and a barbecue for those summer evenings.
There is also a children’s play area with equipment and a large meadow to explore.
As you look to call it a day, find the king-size bedroom to catch your rest, whilst the bunk bedroom is ideal for the little ones.
Discover the vibrant town of Hayle, where you can find a selection of shops and eateries, as well as some great attractions, including Paradise Park, home to some spectacular parrots, otters, and red pandas.
Explore the golden sandy beaches that stretch for miles perfect for leisurely strolls and water sports like surfing and kayaking.
The historic town of Penzance is also nearby, where you can explore the narrow streets and sample the seafood specialities at one of the many eateries that line the waterfront.
If you're looking to explore further afield, take the short drive to St Ives, home to Tate St Ives, the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, the stunning white-sand beaches, and a fantastic selection of eateries and galleries.
Your dream rural escape awaits at Little Riviere, providing a base to explore some of the finest locations in Cornwall and take in the picturesque beauty of the English countryside.